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Dry farming not for the Lodi area

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Posted: Tuesday, May 13, 2008 10:00 pm

The growing practice of dry farming vineyards isn't too common in California, and it's even less common in Lodi. According to area growers, only a few vineyards use dry farming, and that's mainly due to area the vineyards are located in.

When it comes to growing grapes, most Lodi-area growers use drip irrigation as a means of water conservation. Dry farming usually means that the vines are extremely deep-rooted, meaning less watering is needed.

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